September 2014 Archive

Ivy Leafs beat Aurora to take baseball league title in six games

If the Bolton Brewers couldn’t repeat as champions in the North Dufferin Baseball League (NDBL), there might be a bit of satisfaction in knowing they ...

Car seat clinic Sept. 30

Caledon OPP and Auxiliary officers are organizing a child car seat clinic. It will be Sept. 30, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Bolton Fire Hall ...

OPP launches fall seat belt campaign, which runs until Oct. 10

While getting road users to be 100 per cent compliant with seat belt laws remains a challenging goal, OPP sees motorists taking a step in ...

Pedestrian safety is a major concern to police

From the desk of Inspector Tim Melanson Ontario doctors, along with Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) launched a public awareness campaign Sept. 2 — Pedestrian Safety ...

Break-in on Parr Boulevard

A quantity of tools, including a grinder, concrete saws, water pump, pressure washer, hammer drill chipper and spools of copper wire, were reported stolen after ...

Complaint results in impaired charge

A 36-year-old man from Owen Sound is facing charges after Caledon OPP received a traffic complaint from Highway 10 Sept. 7. Police report they were ...

Altercation leads to arrest

A 47-year-old man from Brampton is facing an assault with a weapon charge after a Sept. 6 altercation in Bolton. Caledon OPP reports they were called ...

A busy weekend full of fun at the 156th Bolton Fair

Suspect in custody in Frigo killing

A 70-year-old man is in custody in connection with the Sept. 13 slaying of Donato Frigo of Caledon East. Members of the OPP Criminal Investigation ...

Mayor hopefuls make their pitches in Ward 2

By Bill Rea The people seeking to be the next mayor of Caledon got two chances last week to make their cases to the voters, ...

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